Eighth-Seeded Colonials Take on No. 9 Seed George Mason in Opening Round
Colonials Drop Regular-Season Finale
Colonials Conclude with Two A-10 Contests
Colonials to Play First Home Outdoor Match of the Spring
Colonials Fall to Richmond, 5-2
GW vs. Fordham (4.13.2013) Photo by Greg Fiume
2014-15: Tallied an overall 1-17 singles record and a 2-4 overall doubles mark… Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List...Member of Fall 2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2013-14: Posted even 6-6 singles record during sophomore season...Went 4-3 throughout fall action and 2-3 in dual matches...Competed at Nos. 3, 4 and 5 singles spots...Went 2-1 in fourth flight singles...Named to GW Athletic Academic Dean's List with perfect 4.0 GPA through fall semester...Maintained 4.0 GPA throughout entire academic year...Member of Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Rolls.
2012-13: Went 1-9 in singles during first season with Colonials...Posted first career victory in straight sets over Michelle Pratt at Georgetown Fall Classic (Sept. 21, 2013)...Produced an 8-3 doubles record...Went 5-1 in doubles during fall season...Earned a 3-2 record at No. 3 doubles spot with classmate Stephanie Wei, including a victory over A-10 foe Fordham...Earned a No. 3 doubles victory over Saint Joseph's in first round of Atlantic 10 Tournament...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List and Fall 2012 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: Ranked No. 4 women's tennis player in her home country by the Lithuanian Tennis Union...Previously held No. 1 U-18 junior ranking...Won Lithuanian U-18 singles and doubles championships in 2011...Crowned junior and doubles champion in 2009...Lithuanian women's sincles championship runner-up in 2010...Represented Lithuania at 2011 European Junior Championships...Competed for Vilnius Lyceum, an international baccalaureate high school.
Personal: Born Egle Jakuciunaite on March 10, 1993 in Vilnius, Lithuania...Daughter of Rita Jakuciuniene and Alvydas Jakuciunas...Is an only child...Double majoring in international affairs and economics.